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  • Your Driving
    Publications Text size Search Search Your Driving If not automatically re directed click here english pubs seniors guide index shtml Home Search Site Map Accessibility Français Contact us This site is maintained by the Government of Ontario Privacy Important Notices

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/yourdriving.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO Farm Guide - 1a) Introduction
    The owners of heavy farm equipment are potentially liable if an overweight vehicle causes damage to a highway or bridge Unless otherwise mentioned in this document the operation of farm equipment is assumed to be for agricultural purposes Note Check with the appropriate municipality for any further restrictions Conversions from metric to imperial are only provided as a convenience Imperial measurements are approximate amounts only Queen s Printer for Ontario 2008 Permission to reproduce print store or transmit in whole or in part the text and the images contained in this publication for non commercial purposes is granted Any reproduction reprinting storing or transmission of the material herein must acknowledge the source be accurate and remain in context Laws Note This is an unofficial version of Government of Ontario legal materials provided for convenience only For authoritative legal information refer directly to the relevant statutes and regulations This guide highlights some important legal provisions but is not an exhaustive description of all the laws that apply References to the applicable Acts regulations and section numbers may be found just under the subject headings For example Slow Moving Vehicle Sign HTA 76 Reg 616 Slow moving vehicle sign legislation is located in Section 76 of the Highway Traffic Act HTA Additional sign requirements are also located in Regulation 616 Slow Moving Vehicle Sign made under the Highway Traffic Act Ontario laws may viewed on the province s website Terms Used in this Document Please Note The following terms are used in this document for the purposes of clarity The terms focus on farm equipment use within the farm section of this document For complete and official definitions refer to the Highway Traffic Act For the purposes of this document the term SPIH means a self propelled implement of husbandry SPIH that

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/farm-guide/ (2014-08-11)
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  • RV Information for Drivers - terms used
    list of all the rules that may apply Queen s Printer for Ontario 2008 This is an unofficial version of Government of Ontario legal materials For accurate reference refer to the official volumes Permission to reproduce print store or transmit in whole or in part the text and the images contained in this publication for non commercial purposes is granted Any reproduction reprinting storing or transmission of the material herein must acknowledge the source be accurate and remain in context Terms used in this document actual weight for a single truck the actual weight of the truck and load if any for a truck towing a trailer the actual weight of the truck and load if any and any weight transferred to the truck through the tongue or gooseneck of an attached trailer including a house trailer house trailer house trailer includes a fifth wheel house trailer a ball hitch type house trailer a travel trailer a cabin trailer a collapsible cabin trailer a tent trailer and camping trailer when being used for personal purposes motor home a motor vehicle that is used for personal purposes as a temporary or permanent residence and contains at least four of the following items Cooking facilities a refrigerator or an ice box a self contained toilet a heating or air conditioning system an independent electrical power supply or an independent gas supply or a potable water supply system with faucet and sink Note a van camper is essentially a car plated passenger van and as such is subject to the same rules as a passenger van or a car registered gross weights the term registered gross weight RGW and registered are used throughout this document The RGW determines the fee paid for a truck s licence plates For more information about RGW and

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/recreational-vehicles/ (2014-08-11)
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  • Ministry of Transportation
    information on legal requirements for ATV use please refer to the Off Road Vehicles Act ORVA and the Highway Traffic Act HTA at e laws gov on ca An ATV is a type of Off Road Vehicle ORV that has four wheels steering handle bars a seat that is straddled by the driver and is designed for a driver only and no passenger A highway can include a roadway street or avenue and consists of all the land which falls within the highway right of way such as the shoulder and ditch PDF format 2 31 MB Table of Contents Introduction Off On Road Riding Two Up ATVs Side by Side Off Road Vehicles Alcohol and ATVs Enforcement Be Prepared About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence Ontario Photo Card Getting a Driver s Licence Driver Handbooks On line Renewing a Driver s Licence Driver Training Courses Revoked Driving Schools Commercial Drivers aged 65 79 Demerit Points Driver Improvement Office DriveTest Centres Vehicle Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Vehicle Licensing Insurance Coverage for Seasonal Vehicles Accessible Parking Permit Alternative Vehicles Electric Vehicles Buying or Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship Immigration and

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/atv/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Safe Cycling
    on most roads except controlled access highways such as Ontario s 400 series highways across a road within a pedestrian cross over you must walk your bike to the other side Helmets Children and youth By law every cyclist must wear an approved helmet if they are under 18 years old Riders under 16 years old a parent or guardian must make sure their child children wear helmets Adults Helmets are not compulsory for adults over 18 but a helmet can greatly reduce the risk of permanent injury or death if you fall or collide It is strongly recommended that all riders wear helmets Types of helmets The best helmets are made to meet strict safety standards fit properly when worn correctly Cycling safety resources For more information about cycling safety check out the Ontario Cycling Association an organization that offers CAN BIKE courses in bike safety Bicycle Trade Association of Canada BTAC Toronto Cycling the Share the Road Cycling Coalition an organization that works to make communities more bicycle friendly CAA Bike Safety safety tips for cyclists and drivers Rules for mopeds scooters and electric bikes ServiceOntario Publications order copies of Cycling Skills and the Young Cyclist s Guide Safe cycling Cycling Guide Young Cyclist s Guide Ontario Cycling Association Bicycle Trade Association of Canada BTAC Toronto Cycling Share the Road Cycling Coalition CAA Bike Safety Rules for mopeds scooters and electric bikes About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/cycling-guide/safecycling.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Cycling Skills - Introduction
    rules of the road and practise proper safety and handling techniques This is your guide to cycling safety Whether you re new to cycling or you are an experienced cyclist this guide contains important information tips and techniques to make you a safe confident rider You may also want to consider taking a CAN BIKE cycling course to help boost your skills safety and cycling pleasure All CAN BIKE instructors are fully accredited in CAN BIKE are knowledgeable about the Highway Traffic Act and have advanced cycling skills Check with your local cycling organization or police service for course information The CAN BIKE program is sponsored by the Canadian Cycling Association and is administered in Ontario by the Ontario Cycling Association For more information about the CAN BIKE program contact The Ontario Cycling Association Cycling is a fun healthy activity and an inexpensive way to get around be equipped know the rules watch for hazards ride responsibly The Ministry of Transportation acknowledges the Ontario Cycling Association the Ontario CAN BIKE Committee City of Toronto City Planning and the Toronto Cycling Committee for their contributions towards this publication For more information on safe cycling and cycling activities visit Canadian Cycling Association

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/cycling-guide/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Protect your head
    Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence Ontario Photo Card Getting a Driver s Licence Driver Handbooks On line Renewing a Driver s Licence Driver Training Courses Revoked Driving Schools Commercial Drivers aged 65 79 Demerit Points Driver Improvement Office DriveTest Centres Vehicle Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Vehicle Licensing Insurance Coverage for Seasonal Vehicles Accessible Parking Permit Alternative Vehicles Electric Vehicles Buying or Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship Immigration and International Trade Community and Social Services Community Safety and Correctional Services Economic Development Employment and Infrastructure Education Energy Environment and Climate Change Finance Francophone

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/cycling/young-cyclist-guide/ (2014-08-11)
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  • #CycleON: Ontario's Cycling Strategy
    with us to create a more cycling friendly future for Ontario CycleON Ontario s Cycling Strategy PDF 2 56 MB Download a printer friendly version PDF 14 MB Taking action now to improve cycling Ontario is taking action to implement CycleON Ontario s Cycling Strategy through a series of ongoing multi year action plans The first CycleON Action Plan 1 0 identifies clear actions that Ontario government ministries and agencies will be working on in 2014 and beyond to make Ontario a more cycling friendly province This is the first of many actions plans The cumulative effect will be to help all of us individuals communities and governments reap the benefits of increased cycling Read CycleON Action Plan 1 0 highlights pamphlet PDF 368 KB Read CycleON Action Plan 1 0 full text PDF 103 KB This strategy developed in partnership with As well as cycling advocates Yvonne Bambrick David Chernushenko andChris Drew About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence Ontario Photo Card Getting a Driver s Licence Driver Handbooks On line Renewing a Driver s Licence Driver Training Courses Revoked Driving Schools Commercial Drivers aged 65 79 Demerit Points Driver Improvement Office DriveTest Centres Vehicle Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Vehicle Licensing Insurance Coverage for Seasonal Vehicles Accessible Parking Permit Alternative Vehicles Electric Vehicles Buying or Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/cycling/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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